Fatigue Management Plan: Keeping Workers Alert

What do the Metro North derailment, Exxon Valdez, Chernobyl, Three Mile Island and a few other notable aircraft incidents have in common? Fatigue. Employee fatigue played a role in all these tragedies and many more. As an employer, you must ensure your workers are not experiencing signs or effects of fatigue on the job. You… Read More »

OSHA’s Priorities for 2016

OSHA has a prioriy of objectives coming up for 2016 and beyond. Here is a brief look at the new safety issues: OSHA has outlined how the General Duty Clause will be used to cite exposure limits beyond the Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) to more protective occupational exposure limits based on industry practices, such as… Read More »